Top NBC Foreign Correspondent: U.S. Strategy in the Middle East Leaving Region 'Confused'
The United States is sending mixed signals to its allies in the Middle East by simultaneously giving support to the Saudi-led Sunni coalition fighting in Yemen and negotiating with Shiite Iran on its nuclear program, according to NBC chief foreign ...
The Spin Doctors Who Saved Terry McAuliffe's Campaign Are Now Joining Team Clinton
Two of the leading minds tasked with saving Terry McAuliffe’s 2013 Virginia gubernatorial bid from controversy over his shady business dealings will likely serve prominent roles in Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Robby Mook and Josh Schwerin, who served as ...
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke: 'Shame on' Durbin for Race-Baiting Lynch Comments
Milwaukee County sheriff David Clarke says that Senator Dick Durbin should explain his own previous opposition to the nominations of black women before accusing Senate Republicans of racial motivations for not confirming attorney-general nominee Loretta Lynch.
Last week, after Republicans ...
Jerry Brown: I Would Run for President if I Was 10 Years Younger
Jerry Brown is thinking of running for president — if he can “go back in the time machine.” The Democratic California governor, who has the distinction of being both the youngest and oldest person to serve in the position, said on ...
RNC's Dos Equis Parody Hits Hillary for Being 'the Least Transparent Person in the World'
Hillary Clinton now finds herself linked to “the Most Interesting Man in the World” from those popular Dos Equis commercials, but probably not in the way she would have hoped for.
In a new online video by the Republican National ...
AP Suing State Department over Hillary's E-mails
The Associated Press has announced that it will sue the State Department to force the release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s e-mails. The lawsuit comes as Clinton’s e-mail practices, including her exclusive use of a personal ...
Gowdy Calls on Hillary to Testify 'At Least Twice' Before Benghazi Committee
Representative Trey Gowdy (R., S.C.) wasn’t at all satisfied with Hillary Clinton’s attempt earlier today to explain her use of a personal e-mail account while she ran the State Department. He’s now calling on Clinton to ...
Jindal: 'This Country Needs a Spiritual Revival'
Bobby Jindal said that the country has a ”need to turn back to God” and continued to emphasize his faith during his most recent visit to the crucial early-primary state of Iowa on Monday.
The Louisiana governor returned to the ...
Rand Paul Turned Down Parks and Rec Cameo with Libertarian Icon Ron Swanson
Senator Rand Paul (R., Ky.) may have passed up a chance to be linked to the most popular libertarian in the country: Ron Swanson.
According to Parks and Recreation co-creator Michael Schur, Paul was set to appear on an episode ...
California's Rising Stars
It seems a foregone conclusion that the 2016 California Senate race will be an easy win for Democrats. But while they may have no chance in 2016, Golden State Republicans have their sights set further down the road, and they like what ...
Poll: Walker Closing in on Hillary
He’s emerged as one of the leading contenders in recent weeks, and now a new Rasmussen poll shows that Scott Walker has the best chance of any of the potential Republican candidates against Hillary Clinton in a head-to-head match-up.
WSJ's Jason Riley: Aren't Dems Worried Hillary's Beholden to Foreign Donors Like They Accused GOP of Being with Kochs?
The Wall Street Journal’s Jason Riley sees a double standard in Democrats’ concerns when it comes to money and political figures as it pertains to Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Global Initiative’s acceptance of donations from foreign governments. ...
Lieberman: Democrats Are the Ones Making Netanyahu Speech Partisan, Not GOP
If Democrats want to avoid politicizing Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s address before Congress this week, they should be attending the speech, not boycotting it, said former senator Joe Lieberman (I., Conn.).
On Meet the Press, Lieberman, who was ...
Three-peat: Rand Paul Wins 3rd Consecutive CPAC Straw Poll, But Scott Walker Is Hot on His Heels
Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul. After this weekend, that’s the list of Republicans who have won straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference three years in a row. The Kentucky senator beat out Wisconsin governor ...
Bolton: A Hillary Presidency Would Be 'Third Obama Term'
John Bolton told an enthusiastic CPAC crowd that he’s determined to make national security a leading issue in the presidential campaign, “one way or another.”
But while he played it close to the vest on whether he will run ...
Walker Thrills a Packed House at CPAC
Scott Walker hit all the right notes when he took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday to address a standing-room-only crowd — even gamely handling a heckler.
Walker was talking up Republicans’ push to pass a right-to-work ...
Christie Wins Over CPAC Crowd
New Jersey governor and 2016 hopeful Chris Christie put on a strong showing in an interview with radio talk-show host Laura Ingraham today at CPAC, entertaining a conservative crowd that may have been wary of Christie’s more moderate brand of ...
CPAC Still Loves Ben Carson, But He Doesn't Drop Any 2016 Hints
Ben Carson did his best to energize a sleepy CPAC audience to kick off the annual gathering of conservatives in National Harbor, Md., but the real energy for the grass-roots favorite seemed to be outside the auditorium where he delivered ...
Report: DWS Schemed to Paint Obama as Anti-Woman, Anti-Semitic if Ousted at DNC
As rumors swirled that she may be removed from her position as Democratic National Committee chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz was reportedly not going to pull any punches against President Obama.
In a new report by Politico, sources close to the ...
Poll: Majority of Americans Think Brian Williams Deserves Another Shot at NBC
More than half of Americans are willing to forgive Brian Williams, and think he should return to the NBC Nightly News desk after he serves his six-month suspension for fabricating elements of several stories while in the field, according to ...
Jose Antonio Vargas and LA Times Set to Launch Immigration-Focused Venture
Journalist and immigration activist Jose Antonio Vargas has announced the launch of a new, immigration-centric vertical in partnership with the Los Angeles Times, according to CNN.
Vargas, who revealed in 2011 that he entered the United States illegally from the Philippines ...
Swedish Cartoonist Targeted in Copenhagen Shooting Goes into Hiding
The Swedish cartoonist who survived Saturday’s shooting at a free-speech event in Copenhagen has gone in to hiding, according to authorities. Lars Vilks is believed to have been the target of the attack thanks to his 2007 cartoon featuring Mohammed ...
Walker's About-Face on Amnesty
As vague as Scott Walker has been in his past statements on immigration, he has repeatedly claimed that he opposes amnesty for undocumented immigrants. That may not always have been the case.
A 2002 resolution passed by the Milwaukee County government ...
Obama Didn't Just Lie about Opposing Gay Marriage; He Kept Citing His Faith While Doing It
President Obama’s change of position on the issue of same-sex marriage wasn’t quite the “evolution” he made it out to be, according to longtime aide David Axelrod. In his new book, Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, Axelrod, ...
Does Scott Walker have an immigration problem? While many of the Wisconsin governor’s potential 2016 rivals have put forward concrete plans in recent years to fix what everyone now acknowledges is a broken immigration system, Walker has been conspicuously vague ...
Rogan: U.S. Policy on ISIS Is 'Strategically Insane'
The United States’ failure to take out the Islamic State is “strategically insane,” National Review Online contributor Tom Rogan told Fox News’s Bill O’Reilly on Wednesday night. Rogan explained that the militants’ notion that they are “ordained servants ...
Tom Cotton: Guantanamo Bay Prisoners 'Can Rot in Hell'
An impassioned Tom Cotton (R., Ark.) slammed the Obama administration’s efforts to close Guantanamo Bay, and made his own thoughts on the matter quite clear during a Senate Armed Services hearing this morning.
The freshman senator angrily refuted the ...
Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney each finished second in their party’s primaries when they ran for president in 2008, but they took dramatically different routes to arrive at the same result — literally, in a way.
A deeper look into the ...
Pete Carroll Isn't Shying Away from His 9/11-Truther Reputation
Seattle’s famous “12th man” isn’t the only shadowy fanbase Pete Caroll has pulling for him: The Seahawks head coach also has a bunch of 9/11 truthers on his side, and he doesn’t seem particularly eager to distance himself ...
The White House Is Still Refusing to Call the Taliban a Terrorist Group
Even with Josh Earnest coming in to clean up his subordinate’s mess on Thursday, the White House still struggled to explain why it doesn’t consider the Taliban a terrorist group.
On Wednesday, Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz told ...
McCain to Code Pink Protesters: 'Get Out of Here, You Low-Life Scum'
Code Pink demonstrators learned not to cross Senator John McCain on Thursday. The left-wing activist group drew ire from the Senate Armed Services Committee chairman when some of its supporters called for the arrest of Henry Kissinger, who was a ...
Two House GOPers Mulling Primary Challenge to McCain
Conservative activists have been craving a high-profile primary challenger to take on John McCain as he seeks his sixth term in 2016. Now, they might have two vying for the seat, according to the Hill.
The newspaper reports that Representatives Matt ...
Facebook Complies with Turkish Orders to Block Pages Insulting Islam
Facebook has chosen to comply with a Turkish court’s order to block webpages containing content offensive to Islam, according to several reports.
A Facebook employee told the New York Times that the company agreed to shutdown a number of ...
Drone Crash on White House Lawn Due to Drinking and Droning
The man who crashed his drone on the White House grounds Monday has confessed to a DUI — droning under the influence.
After a recreational remote-controlled, two-foot-wide quadcopter was discovered on the grounds of the White House Monday, the operator turned ...
Ron Fournier: Hillary Worried Obama Pushing Her to 'the Left Quicker and Harder than She Would Like to Be'
President Obama’s proposals in his State of the Union speech may have actually hurt Democrats’ hope in 2016, warns the National Journal’s Ron Fournier. While he believes the president is more focused on his own legacy than on the ...
Kasich Defends Medicaid Expansion, Common Core ahead of Potential 2016 Run
Governor John Kasich (R., Ohio) did not back down from potential 2016 bugaboos during a Fox News Sunday appearance. After sailing in to a second term as the governor of the crucial swing state, Kasich has been floated as a dark-horse ...
On an unseasonably warm day in Washington, Rick Santorum takes a relatively unassuming approach to what may be his best chance to line up supporters for another presidential run.
He participates in the March for Life like everyone else, just ...
Marion Christopher Barry Is Doing a Smashing Imitation of His Dad
The son of Marion Barry, the colorful Washington, D.C., mayor who passed away earlier this month, is doing a bang-up job of hewing to his father’s legacy.
Marion Christopher Barry, who’s currently running for election to the ...
Dem. Senator: WH's Iran Talking Points Sound Like They 'Come Straight Out of Tehran'
Senator Bob Menendez (D., N.J.), the highest-ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, slammed the Obama administration’s efforts to deter further sanctions against Iran.
“I have to be honest with you: The more I hear from the ...
Richard Engel: Obama's Foreign-Policy Claims 'So Rose-Colored' They're Not Based in Reality
NBC News’s chief foreign correspondent, Richard Engel, sharply criticized President Obama’s assessment of his foreign policy in his State of the Union, questioning how the president could think his strategy for the Islamic State is working despite the ...
Steve Hayes: Obama Lecturing Against Divisive Politics 'Preposterous on its Face'
President Obama’s choice to encourage politicians to stop “demonizing each other” was too much for The Weekly Standard’s Stephen Hayes to handle. The president’s speech called on Congress to work toward a “better politics,” devoid of “‘gotcha’ ...
Curt Clawson, Straight Shooter
Representative Curt Clawson (R., Fla.) wanted a chance to face off against President Obama one-on-one. While it’s not in the setting he initially proposed, Tuesday night may be as close to that match-up as he will get.
Last week, ...
Sharpton Calls for 'Emergency Meeting' to Address Lack of Diversity in Oscar Nods
Al Sharpton and his national organization snapped into action on Thursday amid uproar over the lack of diversity in this year’s Oscar nominations. In an e-mail statement from his National Action Network, Sharpton called this year’s slate of ...
Joni Ernst to Deliver GOP's SOTU Response
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell announced Iowa’s freshman senator Joni Ernst will deliver the Republican response to the president’s State of the Union next week.
Parties often use the rebuttal to the night’s keynote address to showcase ...
Boston.com Wonders: Hey Maybe It Would Be Funny if the Speaker of the House Were Poisoned
A bartender’s plot to poison Speaker John Boehner was considered serious enough for an FBI investigation and an arrest, but one writer at the Boston Globe’s Boston.com thought it was a good opportunity to have a laugh ...
Rep. Duncan Hunter: Some 'Radical Islamics' Have Probably Infiltrated the Military
Yesterday’s hack on Central Command’s social-media accounts doesn’t necessarily mean the Islamic State has infiltrated the United States military, but Islamists ”probably” have wormed their way into the ranks some other way, says Representative Duncan Hunter (R., ...
Paul Ryan: 'I Am Not Going to Run for President in 2016'
Representative Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) may have been on a presidential ticket in 2012, but don’t expect to see him at the top of one in 2016, according to a new report.
“I have decided that I am not going to ...
DOJ Intervenes in Redskins Trademark Case
The Department of Justice is intervening in the legal battle over the Washington Redskins’ name, although it is not officially taking a position on the name itself, according to a brief filed Friday.
The department is weighing in on the ...
Mike Huckabee may lose a significant chuck of his once-loyal evangelical base in 2016 if he chooses to run again. His complicated history with Common Core could prove to be the biggest reason why.
A lot has changed since the former ...
Rubio Not Scared Off by Jeb: 'Closer' to Decision
Florida is big enough for two potential presidential candidates, says Senator Marco Rubio (R., Fla.). Just because former Sunshine State governor Jeb Bush is testing the waters for 2016, Rubio says that won’t prevent him from jumping in either.
Obama Praises Reid's 'Curmudgeonly Charm'
It was supposed to be a touching kick-off to Senator Harry Reid’s (D., Nev.) farewell tour, but President Obama offered a couple of backhanded compliments to the outgoing Democratic leader in a surprise call to a Nevada radio station.
Obama's DOJ Stays on the Warpath against the Redskins
The Obama administration is putting in its primetime player to tackle the legal battle over the Washington Redskins name: Hit the showers, United States Patent and Trademark Office. It’s time for the Department of Justice to get under center.
House Majority Leader: All We Want is Hillary's Benghazi E-Mails, Nothing Else
Due to the potential “sensitivity” to Hillary Clinton’s various e-mails, House majority leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) explained that Republicans’ request is specifically focused on just those pertaining to the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, and nothing else.
“We’re not ...
McCain Blasts Obama on Israel: 'Get over Your Temper Tantrum, Mr. President'
President Obama “has his priorities so screwed up that it’s unbelievable,” says Senator John McCain (R., Ariz.), referring to the administration’s response to Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s reelection victory this week.
McCain urged the president to ...
Dick Durbin Accuses Republicans of Making Loretta Lynch 'Sit in the Back of the Bus'
Speaking on the Senate floor this morning, Dick Durbin (D., Ill.) called Republicans’ decision to delay attorney-general nominee Loretta Lynch’s confirmation vote “fundamentally unfair” and likened it to the treatment of Rosa Parks.
Durbin said that Lynch, “the first ...
MSNBC's Schultz's Defense of Hillary: She's Too Old to Have Two E-mails, Phones
MSNBC host Ed Schultz excused Hillary Clinton for wanting to use only one phone and e-mail address as secretary of state because, after all, she falls within a certain “demographic.”
Speaking with Clinton sycophant and Media Matters founder David Brock, ...
Two Weeks Ago, Hillary Said She Used Two Phones
Hillary Clinton’s claim at Tuesday’s press conference that she used a personal e-mail account while Secretary of State because she “thought it would be easier to carry one device” runs counter to comments she made just two weeks ...
ACLU Begrudgingly Comes to the Redskins' Defense
You may be an “a**hole” for defending the name of the Washington Redskins, but that doesn’t mean the American Civil Liberties Union thinks the name should be changed at the government’s behest.
In a recent blog post, “’...
DoJ's Ferguson Report: 'Hands Up, Don't Shoot' Claims Are 'Inaccurate'
A new Department of Justice report on the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. last year confirms that Brown did not surrender with his hands up as he approached police officer Darren Wilson.
In the aftermath of Brown’...
House Benghazi Committee to Subpoena Clinton's E-mail
The House Select Committee on Benghazi will move to subpoena all e-mails pertaining to the 2012 attacks on an American diplomatic facility in Libya from Hillary Clinton’s personal e-mail account that she used for official business while at the State ...
Poll: Netanyahu's Support Among Americans Is Up
Nearly twice as many Americans view Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu favorably as view him unfavorably, according to a new Gallup survey.
Netanyahu is in Washington, D.C. this week at the invitation of House speaker John Boehner to deliver ...
House Majority Leader: Senate Should Invoke 'Nuclear Option' on DHS Funding
House majority leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) wants his counterpart in the Senate to change the rules to pass funding for the Department of Homeland Security.
While downplaying that changing the rules would be a “nuclear option” on Meet the ...
Walker: 'My View Has Changed' on Immigration
The immigration debate and the president’s handling of the situation over the past couple of years have prompted Scott Walker to change his mind on the issue, particularly when it comes to citizenship for those in the country illegally, ...
Jim Geraghty Wins Conservative Journalist of the Year at CPAC, Demands a Recount
NR’s own Jim Geraghty was honored at tonight’s Ronald Reagan dinner at the Conservative Political Action Conference with the Conservative Journalist of the Year. Congrats to Jim!
The recognition comes for Jim’s great and always-worth-reading work on ...
Rick Perry: 'Mr. President, If You Don't Secure the Border, Texas Will'
Former Texas governor and 2016 contender Rick Perry assured the audience at CPAC today that he’s got presidential-level experience, stepping up last year to secure the border when the White House fell short during the child-migrant crisis.
“I told the ...
In a speech that took longer than expected to rouse the crowd at CPAC today, Senator Ted Cruz (R., Texas) urged the audience to recall which 2016 candidates have stood behind and “fought for” conservative positions, rather than just delivering the ...
Priebus Says He's Wary of 2016 Nominee with No Political Experience, But Open to It
Can a presidential candidate who hasn’t held any political office win the White House? Maybe, but it’s going to be “harder” than those who do have political experience, says Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus.
“I think it, ...
FCC Chair Refuses to Testify before Congress ahead of Net Neutrality Vote
Two prominent House committee chairs are “deeply disappointed” in Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler for refusing to testify before Congress as “the future of the Internet is at stake.”
Wheeler’s refusal to go before the House Oversight Committee ...
Report: Tree Obama Planted in India Last Month Almost Dead
President Obama’s recent trip to India was intended to turn over a new leaf in Indo-American relations, but that may prove more difficult than anticipated. A tree the president planted at a memorial for Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi ...
Majority Dissaprove of Obama's Islamic State Approach
As the Islamic State continues to pose a threat in the Middle East, as well as expanding its influence in the West, disapproval towards President Obama’s handling of the group is also growing, according to a new CNN/ORC.
State Department's Harf: 'We Cannot Kill Our Way Out of this War' with ISIS
Also on last night’s Hardball with Chris Matthews, State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf stopped by to argue that the solution to defeating the Islamic State is finding economic opportunity for young Muslim men, because “we cannot kill our way ...
Former SEAL Team Six Member on Brian Williams's Claims: 'None of It Can Be True'
Permitting a reporter like Brian Williams to be embedded with SEAL Team Six is “the last thing in the world we would want,” says a former member of the elite squad.
Among a series of dubious claims made by the ...
Remember How Liberal Hero Jon Stewart Was Notorious for Misrepresenting His Guests?
Upon Jon Stewart’s announcement that he would be leaving the Daily Show later this year, Senator Debbie Stabbenow (D., Mich.) tweeted that “fake cable news won’t be the same without him.” In the eyes of Stewart’s critics ...
Bobby Jindal Resists Making His Ethnicity a Defining Characteristic, Liberals Befudded
Some visitors to Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal’s office, or at least left-leaning political commentators, have been scratching their heads over a prominently displayed portrait there — a few people have even demanded a refund of taxpayer dollars spent on the ...
Enamored MSNBC Host Asks Eric Holder to Quack Like a Duck for Her
MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry made a rather unusual request of Eric Holder in an interview over the weekend.
On her MSNBC show on Sunday, Harris-Perry informed the attorney general of a nickname that she and her fans have for him: ...
Former Immigration Official to Senate: Obama's Executive Action Will Overwhelm Agency
A former U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services official warned at a Senate hearing on Wednesday that President Obama’s executive actions on immigration may be too much for the agency to handle.
Politico reports that Luke Bellocchi, who served ...
Obama's Budget Cuts $50 Million from Vaccine Program
President Obama encouraged parents to vaccinate their children in a recent interview, but his latest budget proposal may make that more difficult for some.
ABC News reports that the president’s 2016 budget includes a $50 million cut to the federal government’...
How Bill Belichick's Clock Management Made Pete Carroll Call a Passing Play
Quin brings up some good points in defending Seahawk coach Pete Carroll’s final offensive play-call in last night’s Super Bowl. There’s even a bipartisan consensus:
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Biden: 'The Past Six Years Have Been Really, Really Hard For This Country'
Speaking to House Democrats at their retreat in Philadelphia, Vice President Joe Biden slighted his own administration when recounting the state of the country.
“The past six years have been really, really hard for this country,” Biden said. “And they’...
Sheriff David Clarke Rips Holder's Anti-Cop Attitude at Senate Hearing
Attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch needs to mend the “frayed relationship” between police and the Department of Justice created by Eric Holder, says Milwaukee County’s Democratic sheriff, David Clarke.
Clarke, a defender of policing efforts and champion of gun ...
The White House Won't Call the Taliban 'a Terrorist Group'
The White House has caught some flak recently for its hesitancy about identifying the threat of Islamic extremism, but their reticence is even broader than that: They won’t even call the Taliban terrorists.
Asked why the Obama administration agreed ...
Kim Jong-un to Make First Foreign Trip to Russia
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will head to Moscow later this year to attend a World War II anniversary ceremony, according to the Russian government. The move is considered by some to be an effort to strengthen ties between the ...
Poll: Large Majority of Americans Oppose Obama's Immigration Actions
A larger number of Americans oppose President Obama’s executive actions on immigration than support it, according to a new survey. Among blue-collar workers, the opposition is even more stark.
A new poll conducted by Paragon Insights finds that 58 percent ...
Indiana to Launch State-Run News Outlet
Indiana governor Mike Pence’s administration has some news. Literally — they’ll be reporting the news soon on a new government-run and -funded service set to launch next month.
The new endeavor, which will be called “Just IN,” will “a ...
Will's Take: 'Ignoring Reality Is Part of the Job Description of Being a Progressive'
The only way President Obama could deliver such a forthright and ambitious State of the Union address earlier this week after his party’s shellacking in the midterms a few months is if he is denial, says George Will.
Man Who Escaped ISIS: They Want to Plan an Attack 'More Brutal' than 9/11
The Islamic State is “happy” about the air strikes by the United States because it validates their efforts in emerging as a global threat, says a man who escaped after a month with the group.
Ahmad Rashidi was captured by ...
Romney to Speak at Jacksonville University Commencement
As he reportedly gears up for another potential run, Mitt Romney is slated to head to Florida, an early primary state and crucial swing state. The former Republican presidential nominee is set to deliver the spring commencement address at Jacksonville ...
Drone Flies Through Congressional Hearing
The House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology was treated to a rather unusual demonstration during a Wednesday hearing: A small drone flew around the room.
Colin Guinn, an executive with 3D Robotics, released the unmanned aerial vehicle during a ...
Paul: Obama Says He Wants to Work with Congress? Then He Should Return Our Calls
President Obama is almost getting “kind of petulant” in his pleas for cooperation from Congress, but Senator Rand Paul (R., Ky.) says his own calls to the White House generally go unanswered.
Paul told Fox News that he called President ...
Will's Take: Obama's State of the Union 'Curiously Dissonant'
The major themes of President Obama’s State of the Union contradicted themselves, says George Will. On one hand, the president called for a more amiable relationship between Congress and the White House; on the other, he already vowed to ...
HealthCare.gov Sharing Personal Data with Third Parties
A new report by the Associated Press reveals that the federal government’s health-care website has been sharing users’ personal data with “dozens” of third-party entities, including advertising companies. While the companies are prohibited from using the collected data for ...
EMILY's List: Selecting Iowa's First Female Senator to Respond to SOTU Just 'Window Dressing'
EMILY’s List, a liberal group that aims to elect pro-abortion female legislators, derided newly elected Senator Joni Ernst as “window dressing” in response to the announcement that she’ll deliver the Republican response to the State of the Union ...
Boehner: Plot Against Capitol Shows Feds Need Access to Phone Records
An Ohio man’s plot to attack the U.S. Capitol was thwarted through the use of a surveillance program that came under fire following Edward Snowden’s National Security Agency leaks.
“We would have never known about this had ...
Canadian Imam Worried about High Number of Converts Following Parliament Shooting
A leading imam in Ottawa says his mosque has seen a higher amount of interested converts to Islam in the months following last year’s shooting at the Canadian Parliament than ever before. What’s troubling Samy Metwally is that ...
Muslim Mayor of Rotterdam to Islamists: 'F*** Off' if You Don't Like Freedom
Following last week’s massacre at the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo over the magazine’s publication of Mohammed cartoons, the mayor of the second-largest city in the Netherlands told Muslims who object to the right to publish such images ...
Charlie Hebdo's Latest Cover Has Mohammed Holding a 'Je Suis Charlie' Sign: 'All Is Forgiven'
France’s Charlie Hebdo is back at it again, less than a week after a deadly terror attack on the magazine. The satirical paper’s latest cover features a seemingly saddened Mohammed holding a “Je Suis Charlie” sign with the ...
WH to Ed Henry: We're Actually Not Sure What Obama Did Instead of Going to Paris
President Obama’s absence at Sunday’s Unity Rally in Paris had many scratching their head wondering what he did instead, including his own press secretary.
“I haven’t spoken to the president about what he did yesterday,” Josh Earnest ...
Longtime Calif. Senator Barbara Boxer Retiring
After months of speculation about her future, Barbara Boxer finally picked one person to break the news of her decision: her grandson, Zach. In a mock interview post on her website, the longtime California Democrat announced she will not run ...
GOP Introduces Medical-Device Tax Repeal Again
Republican efforts to reel back parts of the Affordable Care Act are already underway early in the new Congress, as Representative Erik Paulsen (R., Minn.) introduced a bill that has been a longstanding talking point for the GOP.
The legislation ...
Report: De Blasio Could Lose NYC's 2016 DNC Bid Amid Cop Feud
Heralded as one of the faces of the Democrats’ emerging progressive wing just a year ago, New York City mayor Bill de Blasio could lose out on hosting the party’s 2016 convention due to recent tension between his administration and ...